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CONTENT FROM LATEST CW500 EVENT
The next steps for collaboration
Unlike most IT initiatives, there is more to collaboration than deploying a platform and training. The CW500 Club experts assessed the challenges.
Vox pop video - next steps for collaboration
See what IT leaders attending CW500 think about the challenges of collaboration.
Read all our CW500 articles from 2015
Computer Weekly's CW500 Club attracts the top IT leaders in the UK to talk to their peers about the latest trends and technologies, and to discuss the challenges they face. Read coverage of all the 2015 CW500 events, including articles and video interviews.
Five CIO tips for building an IT strategy in the digital age
CIOs and strategy experts share their experiences of creating an IT strategy that makes the most of the digital revolution
CW500: Six CIO tips for working with business management colleagues
IT is no longer a “black box” that sits separate from the functions it supports – six CIOs give their advice on how to win over your business management colleagues
Five CIO tips for working with startups
CIOs share their experiences and advice about how to work with tech startups as part of their technology strategy
Four CIO tips for implementing DevOps
Esure CIO Mark Foulsham shares his advice for IT leaders about successfully implementing DevOps methods to become a more agile organisation
Next‑generation CIOs: The changing role of IT leaders
The position of CIO is changing and there are more people in the role from less technical backgrounds than in the past
CIO interview: Jo De Vliegher, Hydro
The CIO at Norway's Hydro has established an IT department that allows for regional autonomy and central guidance at the same time
CIO interview: Rovio Entertainment's Kalle Alppi believes IT staff should be embedded in business”
The CIO at the company behind Angry Birds talks about running global IT with only five permanent staff
CIO interview: The power of software to disrupt business processes
Finbarr Joy, CTO of William Hill, discusses the implications of low-cost, cloud-powered automation of business processes
CIO interview: Mats Hultin, Saab Group
Saab Group's CIO talks to Computer Weekly about the huge challenge of integrating 40 separate IT organisations into one
CIO interview: Henry Cohen, CIO, Telegraph Media Group
The newspaper publisher is developing an agile mindset in response to the growth of digital over printed publications
CW500: January 2016 - Key 2016 trends for IT leaders
In the first CW500 session of 2016, we took our annual start-of-the-year look forward to the 12 months ahead for IT leaders and the key trends of the coming year, to discuss how the challenges may impact your strategic planning process.
Next CW500 Club event
2nd March 2016
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